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Legal Research and Writing II

Legal Research and Writing II

Course Number: LAW X432

4 units

A continuation of the legal research and writing skills developed in Legal Research and Writing I, with emphasis on utilizing those skills to:

  • Research and analyze assigned legal issues
  • Present the product of such research and analysis in proper written form.
  • Practice on legal writing skills, including both objective and persuasive writing.

Available Sections

Starting Jan 8

183CPL002

Starting Jan 8
183CPL002

Course Fees

$545 Early Bird Discount ends on Jan 2
$595 after Jan 2

Instructor

Jacqueline James [ bio ]

close [x] Jacqueline D. James, B.A., J.D., has worked as a litigation paralegal since 1989. She also teaches at Riverside Community College, is a member of the Inland Counties Association of Paralegals, the Orange County Paralegal Association and the National Association of Paralegals. Ms. James speaks for paralegal organizations concerning the profession, intellectual property and civil litigation.

Schedule:

Tue 6:00 pm-9:30 pm
Jan 8 - Mar 19, 2019

11 Meetings

Location:

UCR Extension Center

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Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation"
The Columbia Law Review and The Harvard Law Review
ISBN: 978-0692400197

Mandatory
"Legal Writing in Plain English: A Text with Exercises"
Garner, Bryan
ISBN: 978-0226283937

Mandatory
"Legal Research and Writing Handbook: A Basic Approach for Paralegals"
A. Yelin and H. Samborn
ISBN: 978-145489638-8

Prerequisites

Mandatory

Applicable Certificates

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 183CPL002

Dates: Jan 8 - Mar 19, 2019

Time: 6:00 pm-9:30 pm

Instructor: Jacqueline James

Textbook: Mandatory
"The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation"
The Columbia Law Review and The Harvard Law Review
ISBN: 978-0692400197 Mandatory
"Legal Writing in Plain English: A Text with Exercises"
Garner, Bryan
ISBN: 978-0226283937 Mandatory
"Legal Research and Writing Handbook: A Basic Approach for Paralegals"
A. Yelin and H. Samborn
ISBN: 978-145489638-8

Location: UCR Extension Center

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